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1/72 SNCASO "Dever" Planned Vertical Takeoff And Landing Interceptor

by  Mikro Mir
Product Description
This item is an injection-plastic jet aircraft model kit.   Click here for sizing chart.

This kit from Micro Mir is a completely new mold! The Dever (short for "Decollage Vertical") vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) aircraft was planned in France in the mid-1950s, and is a supersonic combined-power interceptor equipped with a rocket engine at the tail of the fuselage and a jet engine at the tips of its three main wings. The pilot was held in a prone position, and the aircraft was armed with a single Matra missile. Like the German Ba349 during World War II, the Dever can take off vertically even if the runway is destroyed by an enemy country's attack; after takeoff, it can fly over important facilities from enemy bombers. It was intended to be used as an interceptor for defense.

This model kit comes with photo-etched parts, painting mask stickers and decals. Order this unusual aircraft for your own collection today!

  • [Mold Color]: Pale gray
  • [Includes]: Photo-etched parts, painting mask stickers, photo-etched parts
  • [Size]: Approximately 15.2cm long, 5.8cm wingspan when completed
Assembly Guide
Date Released:
September 2021
Package Size/Weight:
25.0 x 15.0 x 4.0 cm / 90g

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